Thursday, October 30, 2014

Ramrod Friday

Ramrod will open Friday morning. Last night was another good night of snowmaking. The snowcat drivers had a good start pushing out the piles. The snowmaking crew is removing all their equipment today. Tonight the drivers will come back in, complete the dozing and put the finishing touches on the grooming. Once the drivers are done, the Ski Patrol has some work to do with ropes and pads and signs and stuff. It will be ready for you Friday morning giving us three wicked, fun ski experiences; Ramrod, High Noon, and The High Divide Terrain Park



11 comments:

Michael Ricci said...

Any way you guys would consider letting the skiers left side of the trail bump up? Like half bumps, half groomed?

Manning said...

When the snow report says "TR", what does that mean? I understand it currently doesn't, but it did read TR a few days ago...

Alan Henceroth - COO and Vice President said...

TR - trace of new snow

Patrick Miller said...

When will up hill travel or skinning be allowed?

Anonymous said...

Alan this man speaks Gospel. I follow him as the word of truth.

Anonymous said...

Is it just me or have the cams not refreshed since Monday? Wish i could see the snowmaking progress before i drive up there saturday.

Anonymous said...

Awesome! Looking forward to seeing more trails open. This should decongest the mountain a bit. I wish the ski patrols were more present and enforce the slow signs. It's still a bit too crowded for people to go at full speed

Anonymous said...

Please leave Ramrod 1/2 bumped up. Thank you

Anonymous said...

I would disagree. I've been told twice this year to slow down (not bragging just stating) and I take a lot of turns and make sure people aren't too close to me. Also, they're super star led with work as it is right now with how many people are only on a run and a half.

Anonymous said...

Ditto on leaving a few bumps on the side of RamRod...

tball said...

Another vote for some bumps on Ramrod, please! How about at least as much acreage of bumps as the terrain park takes up. It's only fair :-)

I know there are many folks like me that start their ski season once the first bump run opens. A-basin can make that happen a month earlier with bumps on Ramrod... please!!!